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6.2 Indirect object pronouns ANTE TODO In Lección 5, you learned that a direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of the verb directly.

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1 6.2 Indirect object pronouns ANTE TODO In Lección 5, you learned that a direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of the verb directly. menos teos lo, la los, las In contrast, indirect objects are nouns or pronouns that receive the action of the verb indirectly. menos teos leles

2 6.2 Indirect object pronouns An indirect object is a noun or pronoun that answers the question to whom or for whom an action is done. In the preceding example, the indirect object answers this question: ¿A quién le presta Roberto cien pesos? To whom does Roberto lend 100 pesos? Note the following example: SUBJECTI.O. PRONOUNVERBDIRECT OBJECTINDIRECT OBJECT Robertoleprestacien pesosa Luisa. Robertolends100 pesosto Luisa.

3 6.2 Indirect object pronouns SINGULARPLURAL me (to, for) me te (to, for) you (fam.) le (to, for) you (form.) (to, for) him; her nos (to, for) us os (to, for) you (fam.) les (to, for) you (form.) (to, for) them

4 6.2 Indirect object pronouns ¡ATENCIÓN! The forms of indirect object pronouns for the first and second persons (me, te, nos, os) are the same as the direct object pronouns. Indirect object pronouns agree in number with the corresponding nouns, but not in gender.

5 6.2 Indirect object pronouns Spanish speakers commonly use both an indirect object pronoun and the noun to which it refers in the same sentence. This is done to emphasize and clarify to whom the pronoun refers. (redundant) I.O. PRONOUN INDIRECT OBJECT Ella le vende la ropa a Elena. Les prestamos el dinero a Inés y a Álex. Using indirect object pronouns

6 6.2 Indirect object pronouns Indirect object pronouns are also used without the indirect object noun when the person for whom the action is being done is known. Ana le presta la falda a Elena. Ana lends her skirt to Elena. También le presta unos pantalones. She also lends her a pair of pants. Using indirect object pronouns

7 6.2 Indirect object pronouns Indirect object pronouns are usually placed before the conjugated form of the verb. In negative sentences the pronoun is placed between no and the conjugated verb. Martín me compra un regalo. Martín buys me a gift. Eva no me escribe cartas. Eva doesnt write me letters.

8 6.2 Indirect object pronouns When a conjugated verb is followed by an infinitive or the present progressive, the indirect object pronoun may be placed before the conjugated verb or attached to the infinitive or present participle. Él no quiere pagarte. He does not want to pay you. Él no te quiere pagar. He does not want to pay you. Él está escribiéndole una postal a ella. He is writing a postcard to her. Él le está escribiendo una postal a ella. He is writing a postcard to her.

9 6.2 Indirect object pronouns ¡ATENCIÓN! When an indirect object pronoun is attached to a present participle, an accent mark is added to maintain the proper stress.

10 6.2 Indirect object pronouns Because the indirect object pronouns le and les have multiple meanings, Spanish speakers often clarify to whom the pronouns refer with the preposition a + [pronoun] or a + [noun]. UNCLARIFIED STATEMENTS Yo le compro un abrigo. Ella le describe un libro. Él les vende unos sombreros. Ellos les hablan muy claro. CLARIFIED STATEMENTS Yo le compro un abrigo a él/ella/usted. Ella le describe un libro a Juan. Él les vende unos sombreros a ellos/ellas/ustedes. Ellos les hablan muy claro a los clientes.

11 6.2 Indirect object pronouns In addition to clarifying, we can also stress indirect object prounoun as follows: me a mí te a ti le a Ud., a él, a ella nos a nosotros os a vosotros les a Uds. a ellos, a ellas

12 6.2 Indirect object pronouns Mi abuela me da muchos regalos.Te digo la verdad. My grandmother gives me lots of gifts.Im telling you the truth. No les digo mentiras a mis padres.Voy a darle consejos. I dont tell lies to my parents.Im going to give her advice. dar SINGULARPLURAL yo doy tú das Ud. / él / ella da nosotros/as damos vosotros/as dais Uds. / ellos / ellas dan

13 6.2 Indirect object pronouns ¡ATENCIÓN! Here are some common expressions with dar: dar consejos to give advice dar un regalo to give a present dar una fiesta to throw a party

14 6.2 Indirect object pronouns ¡INTÉNTALO! Use the cues in parentheses to provide the indirect object pronoun for the sentence. 1.Juan quiere dar _____ un regalo. (to Elena) le 2. María _____ prepara un café. (for us) nos 3. Beatriz y Felipe _____ escriben desde Cuba. (to me) me

15 6.2 Indirect object pronouns 4. Marta y yo _____ compramos unos guantes. (for them) les 5. Los vendedores _____ venden ropa. (to you, fam. sing.) te 6. La dependienta _____ enseña los guantes. (to us) nos


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